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Organisational development in the community

Brian Batson

Organisational development in the community

application, tools and discussion.

by Brian Batson

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Published by International Social Policy Research Unit in Leeds .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesISPRU occasional paper -- 1
ContributionsSmith, Jerry, 1948-, International Social Policy Research Unit., Leeds Metropolitan University., Community Development Foundation.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17299596M

Journal of Community Psychology Exploring the intersection of organization studies and community psychology. ; 35 (3)– Phillips S. Health promotion, community development, and participation: An approach to Native health education. Canadian Family Physician. ; – [PMC free article]. Competence development systems are being perceived as instrumental tools to make the concept of the learning organisation practical and to add strategic value in terms of the organisational, human.

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